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Saturday, 24 December 2016

Christmas peace? Not when a Pope jokes about bringing on "schism"

There was a time when a churchman thought that the worst thing possible could be schism. Now, we have a Pope, allegedly telling a secularist journalist that he could be the one to "split the Church." 

I link you to the blog of retired Auxiliary Bishop of Corpus Christi, Texas, Rene Gracida blog where he comments on Steve Skojec's OnePeterFive post, "There will be no Christmas Truce..."

Bergoglio has now given an interview to the famous German publication Der Spiegel and has reportedly stated, that he may "split the Church."

At the same time, we have an all out assault on the internal affairs of the Knights of Malta in what can only be described as a shot across the bow to Cardinal Burke.

No, there will be no peace this Christmas.

Not when a Pope openly states that he may cause schism and the migrants he demands be let in to our nations states murder Christians as they have done so often in the lands of the Middle East.

Come Lord Jesus and tarry not.

Intercede and free your Church from these malefactors.

10 comments:

Ana Milan said...

PF is exposing himself more & more. Every time he opens his mouth something foul or nasty come out of it. We know he is a Modernist, that he thinks God is unjust & that Mary felt duped at the foot of the Cross. His public statements that we are all the same (even Atheists can get to Heaven by their good works), are meant to make us feel foolish in strictly adhering to over 2,000 years of Catholic Doctrine previously upheld by all Popes & Hierarchies. We can see him appointing his Liberal cronies to vital episcopates & removing what he considers to be the rigid conservatives whose malevolent resistance often appears "under the guise of lambs". I can only suspect that Satan, through PF, is in a mad rush to get everything done before his time comes to an end. It is not only unbelievable that he could work so openly through a Pope but extremely sad that almost the entire Hierarchy cannot see this despite Our Lady's predictions, or are themselves under the same demonic mental corruption.

We'll just have to continue to pray for the formal correction to be issued as quickly as possible after Christmas so that we can find peace & hope in our hearts to go forward in 2017 and celebrate the centenary of Our Blessed Lady of Fatima with great gusto & a Pope who will lead us fearlessly into doing so.

Michael Dowd said...

There is a bright side to all of this aside from Pope Francis' loss of respect. And that bright side--if such a thing can be imagined--is the fact that most Catholics are not influenced by him, never hear about him and have the same indifference towards him as they do about the Catholic religion in general. Indifference to religion is one of the "fruits" of Vatican II. Hopefully, during 2017, the 100th anniversary of Fatima, our Lord will intervene in the management of the Catholic Church in order to redirect it's course.

Michael Dowd said...

Ana Milan. Could you have ever imagined that we would see the day when a Pope would condemn Catholics for orthodoxy?

Osusanna said...

Fine with me if there's a schism in my Christmas stocking. I won't be in his church. I haven't felt good about being connected to a place with a gay lobby.

Happy Christmas to you and yours Vox. Thanks for your great blog.

Dan said...

I guess we should have figured that's how he sees himself since the posting of the Bergoglio/Luther picture at an office of the Vatican.

Anonymous said...


Hope you have a peaceful Christmas, David. I wish you well.


Karl

Anonymous said...

Vox, this pope doesn't joke... He only speaks about HIS TERRIFYING PLANS - jokingly... This has already happened with him in the past and he always DID, what he presumably has been joking about...

JUST WATCH... Schism is only a matter of time!

Justina said...

Newsflash for His Holiness: The one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church DOESN'T split, although malefactors of various descriptions may split off from her. If I could give him a word of advice, it would be to stop worrying about his impact on the history of this world, and start worrying about his place in the next.

P.J.David said...


A good tree will bear good fruit but a bad tree !!! It is nothing surprising that PF talks some non sense-everyday or whenever he opens his mouth. It is well known to the whole world what he is upto. No amount of bashing in the media ,comments will change him.Finally he himself disclosed that he wants a a notorius place in the History of the Catholic church as one who split the Church. He is already 80 and soon he will be judged by the Almighty God.

Nikola Kuncevic said...

Congratulations, Justina. These words deserve to be carved in stone.